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The P G Wodehouse Society (UK)

Principal Objective


To ensure members can derive the greatest possible fun and pleasure from the wide variety of P G Wodehouse's work, by publications, articles, films, stage productions, radio and television programmes, group discussions, outings, debates, lunches and dinners.


Subscription


The Subscription Year is from 1 June to 31 May and the subscription is £22.


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Specific Activities


A subscription to The P G Wodehouse Society will entitle you to:



Committee


Tim Andrew

Hilary Bruce – Chairman

Sir Edward Cazalet

Christine Hewitt – Membership Secretary

Paul Kent

Elin Murphy – Editor, Wooster Sauce

Ian Walton – Treasurer

Tony Ring

The Hon Christopher Bellew – Website editor

Lesley Tapson

Oliver Wise


President


Alexander Armstrong


Patrons


HRH The Duke of Kent KG

Sir Alan Ayckbourn CBE

Henry Blofeld OBE

Simon Brett

Ann Briers

Simon Callow CBE

Lara Cazalet

Jonathan Coe

Nicholas Colicos

Victoria Coren Mitchell

Stephen Fry

Murray Hedgcock

Lady Hornby

Richard Ingrams

Martin Jarvis OBE

Boris Johnson

Lord Lloyd-Webber

Nigel Rees

Griff Rhys Jones

Rt Hon Lord Scott

Godfrey Smith

Dr Shashi Tharoor MP

Lucy Tregear

Tony Whittome

The P G Wodehouse Society (UK) exists to promote the enjoyment of the greatest humorous writer in the history of the English language. A man who wrote more than 70 novels over a period of more than 70 years, who wrote in excess of 300 short stories, contributed at least 800 pieces to about 80 journals and who, by writing more than 200 lyrics for musical comedies, is acknowledged to be one of the founders of the modern stage-musical, can hardly be described in less flattering terms.

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